Cryopreservation of Embryos from Model Animals and Human

@inproceedings{Tsang2012CryopreservationOE,
  title={Cryopreservation of Embryos from Model Animals and Human},
  author={Wai Hung Tsang and King L. Chow},
  year={2012}
}
Diploidic germplasms such as embryos, compared to haploidic gametes, are theoretically a better choice for preservation of an animal species. However, there are significant challenges in cryopreservation of multicellular materials due to their size and physical complexity which affect the permeation of cryoprotectants and water, sensitivity to chilling and toxicity of cryoprotectants. While cryopreservation technologies are well developed and found feasible in embryos/larvae of some species… CONTINUE READING

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